Radar L.A. Festival 2013

Radar L.A. Festival 2013

An International Festival of Contemporary Theater

“A glorious convergence of contemporary performance."
Los Angeles Times 

Radar L.A. is presented by REDCAT and CalArts in association with Center Theatre Group.

Some of the world’s most influential performing ensembles are featured alongside innovative Los Angeles artists in this vibrant festival highlighting interdisciplinary approaches and new forms. Using multiple venues, the program features work from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, New Zealand and Japan, and includes premieres of local and international collaborations. 

Curated by Mark Murphy, Executive Director of REDCAT, Diane Rodriguez, Director of New Play Production at Center Theatre Group, and Mark Russell, Director of the Devised Theater Initiative at The Public Theater in New York, the festival includes:

Basil Twist and Yumiko Tanaka
Lola Arias
El Año en Que Nací (The Year I Was Born)
Mariano Pensotti
Sometimes I think, I can see you
Lemi Ponifasio/MAU
Stones In Her Mouth
New Zealand
Janie Geiser and Erik Ehn
Clouded Sulphur (death is a knot undone)
Los Angeles
Theatre Movement Bazaar
Track 3
Los Angeles
Trieu Tran
Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam
Los Angeles
Los Angeles Poverty Department
and Wunderbaum
Los Angeles
The Netherlands
CalArts Center for New Performance
Prometheus Bound
Los Angeles
Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol
Se Rompen Las Olas (Breaking the Waves)
Manuel Orjuela
You Should Have Stayed Home, Morons
Complicite and Setagaya Public Theatre
Teatro de Ciertos Habitantes
El Gallo
Roger Guenveur Smith
Rodney King
Los Angeles
David Roussève/REALITY
Los Angeles
Timbre 4
Tercer Cuerpo
Luis Alfaro
St. Jude
Los Angeles
Gisèle Vienne, Johnathan Capdevielle, and Dennis Cooper
Los Angeles/France

Radar L.A. is presented by REDCAT and CalArts in association with Center Theatre Group and a consortium of partners including the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, The Public Theater (New York), LA Stage Alliance, Los Angeles Theatre Center and Theatre Communications Group. Additional partners include the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA and the J. Paul Getty Museum.

Radar L.A. is supported by a grant from ArtPlace America, a collaboration of leading national and regional foundations, banks and federal agencies accelerating creative placemaking across the U.S., the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support provided by the New England Foundation for the Arts and the National Performance Network.


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